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This is an incomplete list of professional racing cyclists, sorted alphabetically by decade in which they won their first major race.[1]

Cyclists by country

See also: Category:Cyclists by nationality

Cyclists by decade

Of the 1880s

Of the 1890s

Of the 1900s

Of the 1910s

Fritz Schallwig, the German cyclist in 1915–1916

Of the 1920s

Of the 1930s

Of the 1940s

Of the 1950s

Of the 1960s

Of the 1970s

Of the 1980s

Of the 1990s

Of the 2000s

Of the 2010s

Of the 2020s

See also


  1. ^ As recorded at Cycling Archives
  2. ^ "Charlie Murphy, Set Cycling Mark; Famous Rider Who Sped Mile in 57 4/5 Seconds in 1899 Dies in Queens at 79". The New York Times. 18 February 1950. Retrieved 24 April 2011. Charles M. (Mile-a-Minute) Murphy of 160-12 Union Turnpike, Flushing, Queens, famous as a bicycle rider at the turn of the century, died yesterday in Queens General Hospital, Jamaica, after an illness of several months. His age was 79. ...